Elaine Mai is no stranger to success. Having twice topped the Irish Radio Breakers Chart (‘Butterflies’ with Soulé and Sorcha Richardson in 2019; ‘Nothing [Elaine Mai Remix]’ by Loah in 2018), and having her remix of Chris Isaak’s ‘Wicked Game’ voted ‘Best Tune’ at Electric Picnic 2017 by The Irish Times, the Dublin-based Mayo native is one of Ireland’s most in-demand producers.
A huge advocate for gender equality and women’s rights, she is one of three artists representing Ireland with Keychange - an EU initiative working towards a total restructuring of the music industry to help reach full gender equality. She was also a featured singer on the No.1 single ‘Dreams’, the cover of The Cranberries’ hit by Irish Women in Harmony, which took the country by storm in 2020 and raised over €250,000 for anti-domestic violence charity SAFE Ireland.
The first single taken from Elaine’s hotly-anticipated debut album is due for release in the coming weeks. 2021 is shaping up to be a big year for this ever-evolving artist.
'Snappy, intoxicating and beautifully unique' (The Thin Air)
'One of Ireland's leading electronic artists' (Today FM)
'A vital Irish artist' (Clash)
'Stirring' (The Line of Best Fit)
'Irish artist Elaine Mai is taking the electronic world by storm' (Wonderland Magazine)
'Instantly engaging' (BBC - Across The Line)
'An intricately woven tapestry of electronic textures and beats' (The Last Mixed Tape)
'Elaine Mai takes you to another dimension' (RTÉ Culture)